After graduation

Almost all students choose to pursue a master's program after their bachelor's program, either at TU/e or at another university.

Subsequent master's programs

Most of our undergraduates choose to pursue the master's program of Biomedical Engineering at the Department of Biomedical Engineering. Completing your program of Medical Sciences and Technology gives you direct access to this master. You can also choose the other master's program of the department, Medical Engineering, if you followed the right electives during Medical Sciences and Technology. For more information, check out the websites of these master's programs.

A different study program at TU/e

Some students choose to pursue a different master's program at the Eindhoven University of Technology, for instance in Chemical Engineering and Chemistry. In general, it is possible to construct your elective package during your bachelor's program in such a way that it meets the admission requirements of the other departments and thus provides direct access to those master's programs.

A different study program outside of TU/e

You can also pursue a master's program outside of TU/e in the Netherlands or beyond. Each year, some students successfully follow this path. This illustrates the solid foundation that you develop during your Bachelor's program of Biomedical Engineering at TU/e. If you are considering this, pay close attention to the admission requirements. These are different for every study program. The Bachelor's program of Biomedical Engineering can give access to a study program at another (international) university, but it is also possible that you first have to follow a pre-master's program before being admitted.

Fascinating professional field

A study program at TU/e offers excellent job opportunities. Especially at the Brainport Eindhoven: the technical hotspot of Europe where TU/e is located. There is a reason TU/e is among the top European institutions when it comes to collaborating with the business sector. With your way of thinking and your skills, you will easily find a job as a (bio)medical engineer.

After your master's program of Biomedical Engineering, you have various career options. Think of working at companies that are specialized in developing medical equipment or at a research department in the pharmaceutical industry. You can also become a researcher at a university or academic hospital, or become a business or government consultant. You can also pursue a post-master's degree and become a Qualified Medical Engineer (QME) or clinical chemist.

To get an impression where our alumni ended up, you can have a look on LinkedIn.